Pregnant women who have HPV rarely transmit it to their baby, and when they do, the infection does not persist.
After 15 years of basic research, researchers at UdeM and the IRCM identify a new role for the blood-clotting micronutrient in helping to prevent a disease affecting one in 11 people.
The CHU Sainte-Justine team, led by Graziella Di Cristo, has made an important breakthrough in the treatment of people suffering from symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress.
In an advance that could pave the way for better diagnostics, Canadian scientists identify a new genetic mutation thought to cause the rare condition, which impairs coordination.
Researchers led by UdeM's Michel Cayouette have found a way to reactivate dormant cells in the retina and transform them to ultimately replace cells lost in retinal degeneration.
The 9th installment of the Conférences de la Montagne lecture series, presented as part of the Acfas convention, will feature Caroline Quach-Thanh, risen to prominence in a time of crisis.
A research team has created a Lyme disease risk map that integrates tick population density and human behaviour in the Eastern Townships.
In 5 seconds: During the COVID-19 pandemic, Timothée Poisot and his team were already hard at work on an algorithm for predicting interactions between mammals and viruses.
The research of Nathalie Grandvaux's team, in collaboration with other researchers, sheds light on the scientific field of airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus.
Professor Marc Lanovaz's team at UdeM's School of Psychoeducation has developed a virtual-reality app to understand the daily lives of people with autism.